Everyone has, once in their life, thought up a quick ‘get rich’ scheme. If you haven’t, your childhood is not complete. There is also the ‘awesome, kick a_s secret escape plan.’ You know, the one where your survival skills kick in and you can do a spinning high kick on the attacker? Oh yea, this blog is about to get real.
First of all, what was everyone’s best/worst quick get rich (we’ll call them QGR) plan. Mine were always the ones that came right before I fell asleep; the ones that you tell yourself to remember in the morning only to realize how much they suck the next morning, if you even remembered them. I think my last QGR one was to get really famous on a blog site and get paid for it… Oh, wait…
The worst get rich plans always involved robbing, stealing, or better yet, an idea that’s already a thing. Like upside-down ketchup/tomato sauce bottles. But even the worst QGR schemes involved a backup plan. For example, a super-hot model friend distracts the guard/target to get away. It always works. ALWAYS. In the movies.
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. “–Albert Einstein
When life gets too stressful and you feel like you have no control over your life, you still have your imagination. Let your mind wander into the abyss and figure out your QGR plan. Make absurd backup plans for the scheme. Plan the secret escape plan once your scheme gets out of hand. And then, plan on taking over the world as revenge.
No one has to know about your crazy ideas, it’s all in your head. If you had to spill the beans, do it to good company, they’ll add onto this plan, making it even more grand and then maybe, you can have a super-hot model skydive from the helicopter and high kick the guard unconscious. Who knows? I mean, that’s the best part of creating your own little world, isn’t it? The endless possibilities.
Daydream away and always thinking of you,